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Daiwa has appointed the Italian angler and film maker, Salvatore Perrone, as its consultant in Europe. The founder of Nomad by Fate Entertainment, which embraces the lifestyle of angling through its photography and videos, has joined the Japanese fishing tackle giant to promote its inspirational ‘Feel Alive’ motto. “Salvatore has a very interesting past, but […]The post Top Italian film maker and angler joins Daiwa as a consultant appeared first on Angling International.
Shimano has announced a major restructure of its business in Europe aimed at consolidating and simplifying its operations. The three companies – Shimano Europe B.V., Shimano Europe Fishing Holding B.V. and bikefitting.com B.V. – have been merged into Shimano Europe Holding B.V., which has been renamed Shimano Europe B.V. Coinciding with these changes, two... ...appeared first on Angling International.
Feeder fishing gained popularity in the UK but has spread right across Europe, where it has been identified by many manufacturers as a growth sector worthy of investment. Not surprising then that Korum, the Preston Innovations brand aimed at the modern pleasure and specialist angler and a company ambitious to build its European business, has […]The post Korum introduces feeder rods for all eventualities appeared first on Angling International.
The EU has stunned the recreational fishing community with an ‘unfair and disproportionate” move to make it illegal for anglers to catch or keep any sea bass in 2018. The European Anglers Alliance (EAA), representing anglers across Europe, is calling on fisheries ministers meeting in Brussels next month to defend the rights of anglers and to […]The post Industry urged to sign bass fishing petition appeared first on Angling International.
Flyfish Europe (FFE) has signed a deal with New Zealand-based Smith Creek to become its distributor for the region... ...Kristiansen. “We are eager to start working together,” he said. “Its innovative […]The post FlyFish Europe takes on New Zealand’s Smith Creek appeared first on Angling International.
The lack of strong and representative recreational fishing associations is hampering research and initiatives in the management of marine recreational fisheries (MRF) in southern Europe. That is one of the conclusions reached in a paper on the research and management priorities for Atlantic MRF. The scientific paper will be of interest to the tackle industry […]The post Kappel: Lack of angling representation is hampering fishing research appeared first on Angling International.
The Brunswick Corporation – maker of the world famous Lund bass fishing boats – has completed an acquisition that will strengthen its growing presence in Europe. The Mettawa, Illinois conglomerate has added Lankhorst Taselaar, a leading marine parts and accessories distribution company based in the Netherlands and Germany. The deal was originally announced in July […]The post Fishing boat manufacturer confirms European expansion appeared first on Angling International.
Products used by the US national ice fishing team will be available in more European countries in the near future. Bravo Fishing is based in Latvia and specialises in the manufacture of ice fishing jigs, with Akara being its best known brand. The company has strong sales in America and eastern Europe and is now […]The post Bravo to expand availability of US ice fishing tackle appeared first on Angling International.
Hobie saved a big double announcement for this week’s ICAST trade show in Orlando. The leading kayak manufacturer revealed a partnership with premium knives and tools manufacturer Gerber, as well as announcing that the Hobie Fishing World Championships will return to Europe in 2018. The Gerber deal has been six months in the making, said […]The post Hobie saves two major announcements for show appeared first on Angling International.
The newest magazine in angling is now available to view online. Fishing & Travel, the publication aimed at high-spending ‘destination’ anglers all over the world, received a warm welcome from the trade on its official launch at EFTTEX in Europe last week – and Issue 1 is now available to you here as a full-length […]The post Angling’s newest magazine now online appeared first on Angling International.